HELEN MIRREN, 1997
In 1997, Mirren was a double nominee for both TV’s Elizabeth I and film’s The Queen, and she scooped up the best performance by an actress in a motion picture – drama Globe in a feathered headpiece. This year, she’s up for best actress in a motion picture – musical or comedy for The Leisure Seeker.
REESE WITHERSPOON, 2000
Witherspoon attended the 2000 awards with then-husband Ryan Phillippe. Election had earned the Big Little Lies star a best actress in a muiscal or comedy nod.
JESSICA LANGE, 1977
The Feud: Bette and Joan star’s performance in King Kong earned her the best acting debut award (the category was discontinued in 1983) in 1977.
HUGH JACKMAN, 2002
Jackman’s wife Deborra-Lee Furness accompanied him to the 2002 ceremony, where he was nominated for his Kate & Leopold perfromance. He’s up for best performance by an actor in a comedy or musical for The Greatest Showman at the 2018 Globes.
OCTAVIA SPENCER, 2012
The Shape of Water nominee was first recognized by the Globes in 2012 for her supporting role in The Help.
SUSAN SARANDON, 1989
Sarandon walked the red carpet with Tim Robbins at the 1989 Globes, where she was recognized for her work in Bill Durham. This year, her honors are for TV’s Feud: Bette and Joan.
MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL, 2003
The Deuce actress recieved a Globe nod for her starring role in Secretary. This year, she’s up for best television actress – drama for The Deuce.
MICHELLE WILLIAMS, 2006
A stirring performance in Brokeback Mountain earned the best actress contender her first Golden hour. In 2018, she’s competing for the best actress in a movie – drama award for All the Money in the World.
NICOLE KIDMAN, 1992
The Big Little Lies star, nominated for the limited series this year, headed to the 1992 Globes with then-husband Tom Cruise after being nominated for Billy Bathgate.
JESSICA CHASTAIN, 2012
Chastain earned her fifth nomination, for Molly’s Game, this year, and first ascended to nominee status thanks to 2011’s The Help.
EMMA STONE, 2011
Stone first dazzled the Hollywood Foreign Press Association in the high school comedy Easy A, and is now being recognized for her work in the movie Battle of the Sexes.
DENZEL WASHINGTON, 1988
The 2016 Cecil B. DeMille Award honoree and wife Pauletta celebrated his first nomination in 1987 for Cry Freedom. He’s on the docket for the ninth time this year after impressing in Roman J Israel, Esq.